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Staff Guidelines

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FragDeluxe Staff Guidelines

 

 

 

Trial Moderation Period

  • Newly hired moderators will be assigned as being on a ‘Trial’ period which will last one month. During this period, it is EVERYONE's responsibility to introduce the Trial Moderator to the basics of their role and how to use our administrative system.
  • A trial moderator has less power than a standard moderator, this position is here solely to evaluate each applicant before taking them on as a full member of staff.

 

Guidelines For Demotion

 

Inactivity

  • All staff members are liable to demotion if they are inactive for more than 7 days without prior notice or valid excuse.
  • All staff members are exempt from demotion due to inactivity if they are on a scheduled leave of absence as long as they keep to the time-frame they said they would be away.

This does not mean a staff member will be automatically demoted for being inactive for this long, this only makes them legible for demotion.

 

Abuse

  • Any staff member may be demoted due to abuse of their powers.
  • Any staff member may be demoted due to serious verbal abuse.

Neglect

  • Any staff member may be demoted due to neglect if they fail to carry out the duty of their role through internal or external circumstances.
  • Example: Not kicking/muting/banning an abusive player because they're your friend.
  • Example: Failing to attend staff meetings or community events on multiple occasions.
  • Example: Failing to visit and take part in forum discussions on a regular basis.

Dealing with Anti-Cheat Violations / Bans

  • Never tell the person who got banned what they were banned for, Instead ask them what they did to get the ban.
  • Never tell anyone how our Anti-Cheat works and what it detects, this is for our security and to prevent cheats from bypassing our methods.
  • If you are unsure whether the detection was a false positive or not, Don't Remove the ban, instead ask @SM9 Or @TripleThreat for further clarification.
  • If somebody was banned by our Anti-Cheat details regarding what caused the ban will be commented in SourceBans, you must login to see them.

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On 11/10/2015 at 1:05 PM, TripleThreat said:

Dealing with Anti-Cheat Violations / Bans

  • Never tell the person who got banned what they were banned for, Instead ask them what they did to get the ban.
  • Never tell anyone how our Anti-Cheat works and what it detects, this is for our security and to prevent cheats from bypassing our methods.
  • If you are unsure whether the detection was a false positive or not, Don't Remove the ban, instead ask @SM9 Or @TripleThreat for further clarification.
  • If somebody was banned by our Anti-Cheat details regarding what caused the ban will be commented in SourceBans, you must login to see them.

Updated guidelines for dealing with Anti-Cheat violations.

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On 11/10/2015 at 1:05 PM, TripleThreat said:
  • Newly hired moderators will be assigned as being on a ‘Trial’ period which will last one month. During this period, it is EVERYONE's responsibility to introduce the Trial Moderator to the basics of their role and how to use our administrative system.
  • A trial moderator has less power than a standard moderator, this position is here solely to evaluate each applicant before taking them on as a full member of staff.

 

Updated guidelines for trial mod duration.

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